Bosco - Stone Collection modern under-mounted white single bathroom vanities cabinets

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Bosco - Stone Collection modern under-mounted white single bathroom vanities cabinets

Bosco - Stone Collection


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Cabinet
1.Material:MFC 6293+porcelain slab 8881
2.Color:6293 Rough oak +8881 Pure white
3.Environment Certification:E1
4.Design:Imported porcelain slab of countertop, natural pure white stone touch, solid wood texture, environmental and beautiful, golden ratio upper and lower drawer, more reasonable to storage.Line shape shelf release more space.
5.Handle:45° oblique cut invisible handle,
6.Drawer running system:DTC soft closing wooden slide, noiseless while open or close, smoothly feeling
7.Hanging system:H90 (load-bearing more than 100KG, adjustable)

Basin
1.Material:under countertop solid surface basin
2.Color:matt white
3.Advantage:High quality raw material with fine texture and elegant look;homoplasmon(the material is the same inside&outside), not afraid to be scratched;easily self-dry, keep the basin clean and fresh, anti-bacterial, and better in yellow resistant

Mirror
1.Material:LED mirror
2.Design:round shape
3.Advantage:Mirror without copper, environmental friendly;truning on and off by touching, makes you safe at night.;anti-foggy, combing with the outlook and the practical use.

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